TE - FA
Week 2 Outlook
Brandon Myers caught his lone target for nine yards against the Saints on Sunday. This is his second straight game with a target and his first catch in nearly a month. He has five receptions for 38 yards this season.
Myers has no fantasy impact, but he could get red zone targets, as he is a blocking TE. Cameron Brate is the starting TE and is a top-tier TE for the remainder of the season.
Brandon Myers was without a catch, but was targeted on Sunday. Myers has not had a catch in three consecutive games and has only been targeted six times this season. He has four catches for 29 yards this season.
There is no reason to play Myers in fantasy leagues, but he will get more playing time with the Buccaneers' other blocking TE (Luke Stocker) on the mend with an ankle injury. Look to see if Myers can help the Buccaneers' average more than 2.7 yards per carry against the Saints next Sunday.
Brandon Myers caught his one target for six yards in the Buccaneers' 36-10 win over the Bears on Sunday. Myers last had a catch on October 10, going four games without a catch. He has four catches for 29 yards and a touchdown this season.
Myers is a blocking TE and his one touchdown came on a four-yard pass in the red zone of Week 1's matchup with the Falcons. The goal line touchdown is the upside of Myers and Cameron Brate's involvement in the offense shows that Myers is not going to be a part of the Buccaneers' passing attack.
Brandon Myers was targeted one time on Monday night, catching a 12-yard pass. He has alternated games with and without a catch, grabbing one reception in Weeks 1, 3, and 5. He did have a touchdown in Week 1 and has 23 receiving yards this season.
There is no reason to start Myers, but the 12-yard reception on Monday was his longest of the season and he is a part of goal line packages. If you can predict when he catches more than one ball, good luck.
Brandon Myers caught one of his three targets on Sunday for seven yards. Myers has two catches for 11 yards this season.
Myers scored a touchdown in the first week of the season and that may be the biggest contribution that he has in 2016. He is solely used as a blocking TE, but may see more opportunities with the departure of Austin Seferian-Jenkins.